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Jan 27, 2013 6:00am PST
to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ ♪ ai wei wei is an artist who is causing chinese government censors more than a few sleepless nights. rita braver with a portrait of an artist as a dissident unvowed. >> reporter: this may look like a bowl of pearls and this merely a collection of crabs. yet to artist ai wei wei they represent the idea that there is value not just in the group but also in each individual. whether in art or in life. a notion that is not always welcome in china. (speaking chinese) >> embedded in the works whether they are directly political or not i think are his ideas and his desire to see the world change. >> reporter: that attitude can now be seen at the smithsonian's museum in washington. according to chief curator gary brower. was this the first major exhibit in the u.s. of ai wei wei's work? >> yes, it is indeed. reporter: there are whimsical sculptures made of bicycles and antique charless that suggest how old ideas can be transformed
Jan 27, 2013 9:00am EST
, and the prices of drugs are going up 2 to 3 times the rate of general inflation in the economy. they went up about 8% or 9% for brand-name and specialty drugs. something's broken in a market where a drug can go up that much in price. i don't call it competition. - is there a regulatory role for the ftc, the trade commission, or fda to get involved in these issues that people are facing right now on drug pricing? - and again, i think drug prices are ultimately an insurance issue. do you have insurance that will allow you to purchase that with the kind of discounts, bulk discounts your employer has? - as you know, a lot of plans don't even have prescription services, or you pay more, you know, for a prescription. in other words, some insurance plans, they're not an automatic part of your health insurance, so... - the vast majority of health plans in america cover prescription drugs. now if you look at how the market's acting, we're pretending that there's lots of prescription branded drug power in the market, we shouldn't be seeing the shift we're seeing from bra
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